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Maj David L. Audo
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Birth: Sep. 9, 1974
Death: Oct. 27, 2009
Baghdad, Iraq

Maj. David L. Audo of Saint Joseph, Illinois attended St. Joseph-Ogden High School and went on to the University of Illinois ROTC program, where he proudly graduated with distinction. He held a BS in Architecture from the University of Illinois, a Master's degree in Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University, and was a graduate of the United States Army Military Police School, the Intermediate Level Education Program at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the Defense Language Institute's Foreign Language Center. David had been awarded two Bronze Stars for meritorious service during combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, the NATO Medal for two tours in Kosovo, four Army Achievement medals, two Army Commendation medals, two Meritorious Service medals, as well as numerous other awards. Dave was preceded in death by his parents, Carl Audo of St. Joseph, and Rosilla Audo Hutson of Phoenix, Ariz. He is survived by his wife, Rebecca Johnson Audo; son, Austin Audo; and daughter, Ashley Audo. Also surviving are his brothers, Victor (Julie) Audo of Mahomet and Michael (Julie) Audo of Wichita, Kan.; sisters Carol Dobbs of Champaign and Therese (Ron) Eggett of Urbana; mother-in-law Edith Hollen of Oakwood; father-in-law Lloyd Johnson of Brownsville, Texas; brother-in-law Lloyd (Carol) Johnson of Mt. Dora, Fla.; sister-in-law Star (Brad) Andrews of Urbana; brother-in-law Randy (Sue) Johnson of Fithian; and several nieces and nephews. Dave possessed a quick wit and a big, mischievous grin. He enjoyed fast cars and faster motorcycles, but his highest priorities were always reserved for his wife, his children, and his steadfast duty to the United States Army, where he served with dignity, honor and respect. Dave will be sorely missed by all that knew him, and the nation is a better and safer place for the short time he was with us. He died at age 35 in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries sustained from a non-combat related incident.

Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment
22nd Military Police Battalion
6th Military Police Group
Fort Lewis, Wash. 
Family links: 
  Carl Paul Audo (1935 - 2002)
Danville National Cemetery
Vermilion County
Illinois, USA
Plot: Sec 5 Site 1102A
Created by: Elizabeth Reed
Record added: Oct 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43637184
Maj David L. Audo
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Maj David L. Audo
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Maj David L. Audo
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Major Audo is included on the Remembrance Rug by symbol #4478. TY&S.
- Rodger Asai
 Added: Sep. 29, 2015
Army. Headquarters And Headquarters Detachment, 22nd Military Police Battalion, 6th Military Police Group. Respects on your Angel Day. Thank You.
- Mike Endress---Alabama-USA
 Added: Oct. 27, 2014

- Mike Endress---Alabama-USA
 Added: Oct. 27, 2014
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